By this point, we've all realized that we've been lied to -- working hard and getting a solid education does not necessarily lead to career success, or even a decent-paying job.
As we gear up for this year's World Economic Forum in Davos, we're looking back at some of the biggest issues talked about
With little disagreement that the global youth jobs crisis is one of the most pressing issues of our time, problem solvers have begun developing and implementing coordinated solutions.
5. Young people need to vote. So how do you make businesses want to hire younger people? Juvenile records aren't the only
The issue many young people face is not a lack of motivation, but a lack of adequate career guidance at an early enough stage in their development -- and a critical societal failure to provide it.
For the stock market, things are going great. If you're a recent college graduate: Not so much. The Dow Jones industrial
What happens when a generation said to be far less conspicuous in its consumption confronts human nature? The personal growth and fulfillment at the top Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs occupies the floor just above esteem -- defined by status, achievement and reputation.
We have to begin to find new pathways to employment that acknowledge the value of skills and experience, can be demonstrated through alternative credentialing and recognized by employers where there is no degree or while an individual is working toward their degree.
Gallup's recent poll also discovered that the benefits of having a college education in today's job market continue to grow
The class of 2013 will enter an improved economy and is expected to earn more through its first year in the workforce than its counterparts in the class of 2012, United Press International reports.